EPA seeks comment on fuel-economy label survey

  • 18-May-2010 10:36 EDT

In recognition of a projected increase in sales of vehicles "fueled" in full or in part by electricity, and in recognition of its mandate to accurately convey on the window sticker information about vehicle energy efficiency, the U.S. EPA will conduct an Internet survey to help it determine the best way to convey such information. Before it conducts the survey, it wants public input on what questions to pose, as well as survey sampling method and related matters. Comments are due June 11. The EPA's Internet survey notice in the Federal Register can be found at http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2010/2010-11294.htm.

HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Rate It
4.54 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

Jaguar's all-electric I-Pace Concept and Ford's EcoSport small crossover open the 2016 Los Angeles auto show.
Mazda will introduce its first-ever diesel engine for the U.S. market in conjunction with the all-new 2017 CX-5 compact crossover.
Volkswagen may have ruined its own diesel engine future in the U.S. by cheating on emission tests, but that isn't holding back other auto makers from introducing new diesel cars and trucks in this market.
Despite two-dollar per gallon gasoline in the U.S., automakers are developing new, even more efficient power solutions.

Related Items